An incredible structure are built from cans of food, with donations going to the Daily Bread Food Bank.
Location: Council Chambers
Film screenings on iconic Canadian buildings, architects and incredible engineering feats from across the country.
Make your mark and help colour pages of Toronto's historic sites from Daniel Rotsztain's upcoming book. A great family activity!
Location: Nathan Phillips Square
A presentation at Nathan Phillips Square of a timeline and historical artifacts that tell remarkable stories of Toronto's contribution to Canada.
Location: 27th floor Observation Deck
Take in views of the city from the 27th floor Observation Deck, while interpreters point out highlights of the past 150 years.
Projections showcasing the evolution of some of Toronto's – and Canada's – most significant architectural landmarks and streetscapes.
Young urban planners build a city for storybook mice out of re-purposed office materials.
Location: West windows, facing Nathan Phillips Square
A selection of images from Geoffrey James, Toronto's first Photo Laureate, that highlight the significance of the Yonge/Dundas corner.
* Last admittance 4:30 pm.